PHOTOS: Grizzly Creek, Pine Gulch fires as seen from above

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Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke billows upwards from the Grizzly Creek Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Glenwood Springs.
The Grizzly Creek hearth grew in a single day Monday to 32,060 acres, 50 sq. miles, however hearth crews had been in a position to acquire vital containment, hearth officers mentioned in a information launch.
Containment jumped to 44% Tuesday morning from 33% the day earlier than.
Evacuations had been lifted Sunday night for residents of No Title, who can return house however ought to stay vigilant, in keeping with the Garfield County Sheriff’s Workplace.
The Pine Gulch hearth grew barely in a single day Monday, and is now burning 134,999 acres, or 211 sq. miles, with 47% containment, hearth officers mentioned on Fb.
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Denver Submit photographer Helen H. Richardson captured these photographs throughout a flight for aerial images, coordinated by means of EcoFlight, an Aspen-based firm that advocates for the safety of untamed lands and wildlife habitat by sharing an aerial perspective with using small plane.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke billows upwards from the Grizzly Creek Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Glenwood Springs.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke lingers within the air and hearth retardant is seen from firefighting efforts on the Grizzly Creek Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Glenwood Springs. The city will be seen within the higher proper nook of the {photograph}.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke billows upwards from the Grizzly Creek Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Glenwood Springs.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke from the Pine Gulch Fires and the Grizzly Creek fires fills the I-70 hall wanting west because the Colorado River shimmers within the mild on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Glenwood Springs.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostFlames and smoke rise alongside a ridge line on the Pine Gulch Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Grand Junction.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke rises within the air above the Roan Plateau from the Pine Gulch Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Grand Junction.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke rises within the air from the Pine Gulch Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Grand Junction.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostFlames and smoke rise alongside a ridge line on the Pine Gulch Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Grand Junction.
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver PostSmoke rises within the air above the Roan Plateau from the Pine Gulch Hearth on Aug. 24, 2020, close to Grand Junction.

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